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Goal Exploration

Goal Exploration

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Strong goals give a sense of purpose and inform a person's decisions about everything they do. Learning about a person's goals is like a window into their values. Much like values, goals can be a powerful tool in therapy. They can be used for motivation, a tool for exploration, or a guide for making decisions...
Goal Breakdown

Goal Breakdown

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Long to-do lists and difficult responsibilities often lead to stress and anxiety. If the stress and anxiety get to be too much, avoidance and procrastination may be used as unhealthy coping strategies. Avoidance and procrastination let a person avoid these uncomfortable emotions, at a cost. Using the Goal Breakdown worksheet, your clients will learn how to break their goals into smaller and more manageable tasks...
Problem Solving Packet

Problem Solving Packet

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Guide your clients and groups through the problem solving process with the help of the Problem Solving Packet. Each page covers one of five problem solving steps with a rationale, tips, and questions. The steps include defining the problem, generating solutions, choosing one solution, implementing the solution, and reviewing the process...
Therapy Goals

Therapy Goals

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Developing treatment goals at the start of therapy can improve client retention, set a direction for future sessions, and help your clients begin to envision their desired outcomes. We've created the Therapy Goals worksheet to help your clients think about, and verbalize, their hopes for therapy. The Therapy Goals worksheet opens with broader questions, including a variation of the popular "magic wand" question...
Goal Sheet

Goal Sheet

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When working with parents of young children, a simple Goal Sheet can be a game changer. This printout gets to the point without any frills. First, write down the goal for the week. This could be a chore ("clean my room every day"), or avoiding an unwanted behavior ("I will practice my anger management skills when I'm upset")...
Behavior Chart

Behavior Chart

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Encourage your clients to achieve their goals using the Behavior Chart printout. This worksheet can help improve compliance with a number of goals by tracking of when they are or are not completed. Your clients can help to hold themselves responsible for personal goals such as exercising, eating healthy, or completing homework by tracking their consistency...
Positive Traits

Positive Traits

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We created the Positive Traits printout as a bit of blank canvas. It is, quite simply, a list of 58 positive traits. Try being creative with this tool! If you have a client who has difficulty recognizing the good in themselves, this worksheet might be just what you need. Encourage your client to circle their own positive traits to begin building self-esteem...
Goal Planning

Goal Planning

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Having clear goals has been found to keep clients more engaged in therapy, and improve outcome measures at the end of treatment. Our Goal Planning worksheet is designed to help you accomplish this goal by providing a template for clients to generate short and long-term goals. This worksheet asks clients to come up with three goals: One for the next month, year, and five years...
Setting Life Goals

Setting Life Goals

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The Setting Life Goals worksheet serves as an effective motivation builder, which can also help to provide direction for therapy. Give your clients an opportunity to think about the most important areas of their lives (family, friends, work/school, spirituality, body, and mental health), what they are happy with, and what they would like to improve...
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